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Robert F. Knight & Associates rebrands as Knight Management

Knight Management
by in AZRE Magazine | Blogs | Brokerage | In The Spotlight

The longest tenured commercial real estate management firm specializing in third-party owned real estate portfolios in Maricopa County has a new brand identity: Knight Management. Established in 1977 and formerly known as Robert F. Knight & Associates, LLC, the firm’s property management portfolio totals more than 2 million square feet of commercial office space in… Read More →

MomDoc named Patient Centered Specialty Practice

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by in Featured | Healthcare

MomDoc, known Valley wide for exemplary care in women’s health, was named one of only sixty early adopters of the prestigious Patient Centered Specialty Practices, a recognition previously available only to  primary care practices. MomDoc is the only practice honored in Arizona. Patient Centered Specialty Practice is an extension of the Patient Centered Medical Home… Read More →

Summer Heat Relief Campaign Kicks off May 1

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by in Featured | Nonprofit

Scorching temperatures are a health hazard to the Valley’s homeless and elderly shut-ins, and one non-profit organization is mobilizing to prevent heat-related deaths and illnesses among this vulnerable, growing population. Phoenix Rescue Mission is partnering with several municipalities and businesses to launch its new “Code Red: Summer Heat Relief Campaign” on Wed., May 1. While… Read More →

Massage Envy Introduces New Sugar Foot Scrub Therapy

by in Business News

Whether it’s your job, the daily grind or an intense workout that causes your feet to feel worn out, the best way to find relief is to give your feet some serious tender, love and care. Beginning today your toes will thank you with the launch of the new Sugar Foot Scrub Therapy, available at… Read More →

Massage Envy Introduces New Sugar Foot Scrub Therapy

by in Escape | Rejuvenate

Whether it’s your job, the daily grind or an intense workout that causes your feet to feel worn out, the best way to find relief is to give your feet some serious tender, love and care. Beginning today your toes will thank you with the launch of the new Sugar Foot Scrub Therapy, available at… Read More →

Do Something Different for Valentine’s Day

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by in Date Night

As Valentine’s Day rolls around again, many couples will find themselves in the same old flowers-and-dinner routine. There are many places around the Valley that offer something a little different this year, whether for first dates or long-married couples. Here are some to think about: 1. Romance in the Garden: On Feb. 16, the Desert… Read More →

Do Something Different for Valentine’s Day

strawberries
by in Eat | Play

As Valentine’s Day rolls around again, many couples will find themselves in the same old flowers-and-dinner routine. There are many places around the Valley that offer something a little different this year, whether for first dates or long-married couples. Here are some to think about: 1. Romance in the Garden: On Feb. 16, the Desert… Read More →

Are Arizona banks lending?

Enterprise Bank
by in Banking | Business News | Economy

Are they or aren’t they? Banks can only stay in business by making loans, not turning away customers who want to borrow money. So why does the public believe that banks aren’t lending? “The truth of the matter is that when things were really bad a few years ago, banks weren’t lending,” said Robert Sarver,… Read More →

Valley attorney launches ‘triage’ service

by in Business News | Legal

Valley attorney and well-known venture capitalist, Morris Callaman, Esq., has launched a new type of non-traditional law firm – he describes his work as triage attorney. As a concierge attorney, Callaman offers personalized problem solving to his clients in almost every area of practice. Rather than specialize in one specific subject matter, like family, corporate… Read More →

Valley High School Students Compete at JA Stock Market Challenge

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by in Business News | Economy | Education

Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and more than 400 high schools students from nearly 20 Arizona schools will come together for Junior Achievement of Arizona’s Sixth Annual Student Stock Market Challenge, in which teams compete to see who can grow their mock-stock portfolio and create the highest net worth. The event will be held at the… Read More →

Valley’s Best Food Trucks All in One Place at Vistancia

Spice It Up Food Truck
by in Business News | Dining | Events

Enjoy Vistancia’s Food Truck Experience from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27 featuring gourmet food samplings from 11 of the Valley’s best food trucks, tours of 11 model homes throughout the Vistancia community, Blackstone Country Club clubhouse tours and menu tastings. The West Valley’s first food truck tour begins at the Vistancia Information… Read More →

Valley lands Dr. Tattoff clinic

Dr. Will Kirby

Dr. Tattoff Medical Director and Board-Certified Dermatologist Dr. Will Kirby formally announced that the opening of Dr. Tattoff’s new clinic location in Phoenix, Arizona will be on Tuesday, November 13, 2012.  The newest facility will be located at 740 South Mill Avenue, Suite 130, Tempe, AZ 85281 (www.drtattoff.com/phoenix).  This will be the seventh location nationwide… Read More →

Speaker: Lori Singleton ~ BIG Green Expo & Conference 2011

BIG Green Expo & Conference 2011
by in Events | Green

Lori Singleton, Salt River Project (SRP) Lori Singleton is the manager of sustainability initiatives and technologies at Salt River Project. She is a 29-year employee of SRP and 40-year resident of Arizona. She is responsible for design and implementation of SRP’s environmental outreach programs with special focus on renewable energy. Lori’s responsibilities at SRP include… Read More →

Speaker: Mark Roddy ~ BIG Green Expo & Conference 2011

BIG Green Expo & Conference 2011
by in Events | Green

Mark Roddy, SmithGroup Mark Roddy, AIA, a design principal and lead designer for the Phoenix office of SmithGroup’s Office Workplace Studio, has over 18 years in the architectural field. Mark received his bachelor degree from the University of Arizona in 1991 and a Masters in Architecture from UCLA in 1996. He has taught architecture design… Read More →